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Breast Cancer

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  • Latest Boys Basketball Results (Nov. 29)

    Latest Boys Basketball Results (Nov. 29)
      Numerous boys basketball teams from Broward County competed in post Thanksgiving holiday tournaments throughout the state on Saturday. C.S. CHARTER 70, CYPRESS BAY 58 CB (3-2): Alter 4-0-10, Levine 8-3-21, Davis 6-4-16, Lundel 2-2-6, R.-Spramian...
  • Earth-to-face beauty products grow in popularity

    Earth-to-face beauty products grow in popularity
    It's become almost ho-hum to read a menu that lists precisely where the apples were picked or how the cow was raised. So what's the next wave in sourcing? It's already upon us. People are becoming as picky about what goes on their skin as what goes in...
  • Tacko Fall helps Liberty Christian beat Oak Ridge, Antonio Blakeney

    Tacko Fall helps Liberty Christian beat Oak Ridge, Antonio Blakeney
    With a 7-foot-6 center on one team and one of the nation’s best shooting guards on the other, there was no lack of excitement. In the end, it was big man Tacko Fall, who scored 27 points for Tavares Liberty Christian in a 106-101 double-overtime...
  • Health & Halacha Day set

    The Boca Raton Synagogue and PUAH Institute will join together from 8:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 7 for an informative seminar titled the "Second BRS Health & Halacha Day." The seminar will deal with all matters pertaining to family-building and...
  • Arlynne S. Stark, dance therapist

    Arlynne S. Stark, dance therapist
    Arlynne S. Stark, a dancer who was a pioneer and early advocate of dance movement therapy and was a co-founder of the American Dance Therapy Association, died of breast cancer Nov. 17 at Collier Hospice Center at Lutheran Hospital in Denver. The former...
  • Rx for soaring health costs: Give more Americans a 'purpose in life'

    Rx for soaring health costs: Give more Americans a 'purpose in life'
    Researchers have an unconventional idea for reducing medical costs in the U.S.: Give more Americans a sense of purpose. You see, people who believe their lives have purpose are motivated to optimize their health. That means they’re more likely...
  • A bidding war raises thousands at "Go Pink"

    A bidding war raises thousands at "Go Pink"
    With speaker Stacy London upping the ante, two supporters ended up in a bidding war at "Go Pink," the annual breast cancer luncheon to raise money for the Lynn Cancer Institute at Boca Raton Regional Hospital. Up for bid at the live auction was a Saks...
  • Object Lesson: Robert Heinecken's filtered television at the Hammer

    Object Lesson: Robert Heinecken's filtered television at the Hammer
    It's not the sort of thing you generally see in a museum: a comfortable easy chair, a working TV set turned to an afternoon talk show on which "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" mom Kris Jenner is making salsa and talking about her boob jobs.  But this...
  • Breastfeeding with breast cancer

    Breastfeeding with breast cancer
    Many mothers subscribe to the belief that breastfeeding is healthy for their children. Medical experts encourage breastfeeding for at least a period of one year so that the infant receives optimal nutrition and the antibodies necessary to start off life...
  • Why women need more science with their breast cancer survival stories

    October was National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Football players took to the field in splashes of pink, and women's magazines featured celebrity survivors such as Suzanne Somers and Sheryl Crow, smiling alongside headlines attributing breast cancer...
  • Wendy Chioji takes cancer fight to new arena

    Wendy Chioji takes cancer fight to new arena
    Winter Park will proclaim Wednesday as Wendy Chioji Day, a gesture that underscores how the former WESH-Channel 2 anchor still inspires the community six years after she left the NBC affiliate. She will attend the local, sold-out premiere of a documentary...